To Increase Exports, Industries Must Adhere To Global Trends: CTI

To Increase Exports, Industries Must Adhere To Global Trends: CTI – According to Ejazur Rahman, the chairperson of the Carpet Training Institute (CTI), keeping up with global trend is essential for boosting exports. In a statement released here on Sunday, he stated his opinions that “the government should create a separate department for the promotion of export products and it should also be assigned the task of research.”

Industries Must Follow Global Trends To Boost Exports: CTI

According to Ejazur Rehman, the government should create a thorough plan for understanding local consumer trends, gaining access for Pakistani goods to international markets, and, most importantly, promoting and selling the country’s goods.

He went on to say that Pakistan’s handwoven carpet products are what give the country its distinct international reputation, thus it’s important to promote them successfully abroad.

Industries Must Follow Global Trends To Boost Exports: CTI

Industries Asked To Follow Global Trends To Boost Exports

“A distinct department ought to be established to promote export goods, with dedicated pavilions for this purpose,” he continued. The same department should also be assigned the responsibility of conducting research, which assesses the patterns of individuals residing in various nations and their exports, formulating suggestions accordingly.

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He suggested that the government enlist the aid of the corporate sector in this regard, and that young people who have recently graduated from college should be given more responsibility as this will open up job chances for them.

He said that the increase in exports is inevitable to run the system of a country with a population of 25 crores, therefore, instead of neglecting any export sector, they should be given incentives and facilities to compete with rival countries in global markets.—NNI

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